Condo residents to lose electricity in Prince George’s Co. (MD)

On Monday, dozens of families in Prince George’s County were told their electricity will be shut off on Oct. 25.  The residents at the Lynnhill Condominiums told ABC7 On Your Side they received a notice of intent about the proposed shut off.  “None of the residents really know what’s going on,” said Passion Pleasant.  Pleasant says this is just the latest in a long list of problems at the complex.     Read the article…………..


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